On today’s programme we are joined by John J. Murray, a retired Minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ who serves in the Free Church of Scotland (Continuing) in the Glasgow area. He also worked as an assistant editor of the Banner of Truth Trust for 13 years and he continues to write articles on the Trust’s website. On today’s programme we look at his latest popular booklet called “The Dog That Does Not Bark: A Heart Cry for Leadership in the Church Today.” How should we deal with error in the Church? What difference can godly men make? What comfort and encouragement can be taken from examples found in Church history and the Bible itself?
Is it possible to not be an Arminian, nor a Calvinist? Can one be neutral or take a middle road on the historic debate? On tonight’s show we review a sermon by David L. Brown of First Baptist Church, Oak Creek in Wisconsin called ‘I Just Don’t Fit There – Why I am Not a Calvinist or Arminian’.
Did John Calvin originate the theological system of Calvinism? Was John Calvin a good man in light of the execution of Michael Servetus? What is the role of Government according to God’s law? Is ‘Religious Liberty’ found in the Word of God? These and other issues are looked at as the refutation of Benjamin L. Corey’s view of Calvinism is concluded.
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Paul discusses one of the most controversial issues in the Christian Church when he looks at the Calvinism Vs Arminianism Debate. What is the history of this debate? Which one, if any, is Biblical? How does one’s belief in this area affect how one evangelises the lost for Christ?
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